Steve wonders aloud about urban farming and the dumb habits of some animals, and Jason laments framing his old childhood drawings. Together, the guys have a laugh at the expense of the basis behind the Star Wars franchise, Laser Boy and Laser Kid.
Is breastfeeding a great thing for men and women? Our team investigates! And who’s a better choice to watch: Ronald McDonald’s cold, judging stare, or a harmless neckbeard like Steve? Also, children getting familiar with their anatomy through artful expression and a baffling statistic: why are women so much better at drawing men’s bits and pieces than the very men who own them?
Jason fills us in on all his horrible first world problems but still can’t explain what smart watches are for. Fortunately we quickly get distracted by more important issues, like which superhero has the scariest wang. Find out what Jason did to get arrested in a quarry, why we avoided the last Fantastic Four movie, and why Jason is scared of Doctor Manhattan. Then it’s time for the grossest game of Battleship imaginable.
So we’re trying something different here at Digital Strips. We’ve always wanted to do more shows and have flirted with the idea from time to time (see the occasional video game and pro wrestling podcasts). We’re going to see just how much content we can produce while remaining sane.
This the first episode of that attempt. The regular Digital Strips show will focus just on webcomics so we wanted to find a new home for the random topic discussions that we would do in the first half of the show.
This week we start by talking about marathons, but since neither of us have much experience with pushing our bodies to the limit of accomplishing major goals we quickly have to switch topics to things we know more about, like how disappointed Steve’s wife is with him and the desire to have additional scrotums.
It’s fun we promise.
Music for this episode is Different Heaven by Nekozilla and was provided by No Copyright Sounds.